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Well after doing some adjustments to both my air compressors I decided that I need to use my airbrushes more and start knocking out some of the bigger minis I have.
Gotta justify buying more minis, maybe airbrush’s, and/or airbrushing stuff.
I have a little more to do but aiming to do quick paint for table top, and work on skill building.
I painted Goremaw the Great Worm up as a fire-infused purple worm for a unique creature from the Pathfinder setting of Galorion. I am running the Curse of the Crimson Throne AP in D&D 3.5, and this creature will show up in my game tonight. It is my first finished creature miniature (I have done some terrain previously), and being a perfectionist, I put in 48 hours of work on him (lots of nooks and crannies, and I don't have an airbrush).
I finished him last night, reaching the "good enough" state, as time didn't allow me to put off varnishing him any further.
I started posting a WIP thread when I started working on him several months ago. Check it out HERE.
Here are my Cindermaw glamor shots.
Will be using these in an upcoming game so these are tabletop quality.
Been waiting to paint my Goremaw as it seems just to be such an awesome monster to instill fear into players over my other Purple Worms I have in my collection from the DDM line.
With the Wolf Demon, I tried to have it be more dynamic with the feet causing the ground to heat up. First time trying something like that with a heat effect; I think it worked ok. I know the shading and drybrushing could be better on him, but I had about 1 night to paint him before I need to use him.
I haven't edited anything in Photoshop to make it look pretty. Sorry. :P
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